Debt Clock Lite

Debt Clock Lite

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Keep an eye on the financial condition of the United States with the android Debt Clock app.

Features:

- National debt clock homescreen widget (long press the homescreen to add widget).
- Tap widget to view expanded debt stats and economic indicators including debt per person, debt per taxpayer, unemployment rate and more.
- Updates automatically with economic data from the U.S. Treasury, the Federal Reserve, the Bureau of Labor Statistics and other U.S. Government agencies.
- Small footprint
- Updates automatically 4 times per day (doesn't waste your battery).
- Manual "refresh" lets you update the stats at any time.

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Recently changed in this version

Updated to support newer versions of Android


Comments and ratings for Debt Clock Lite
  • (64 stars)

    by gilberto torres on 20/02/2015

    But missing Unfunded Liabilities

  • (64 stars)

    by Big Bentley on 13/01/2015

    Just need to center your ad space at the bottom of the app.

  • (64 stars)

    by Richard Hayes on 02/12/2014

    this app does what it's supposed to do. I do miss the live running on as on the TV or my laptop or my tablet. But it does a great job!

  • (64 stars)

    by kyle bolender on 21/11/2014

    It will never go down until you rid the country of the federal reserve aka Jew Rothschild bankers...

  • (64 stars)

    by Ryan Stebbins on 31/08/2014

    No problems with it that I can see.

  • (64 stars)

    by Jerry Talerico on 16/08/2014

    Could include more information like interest paid on debt

  • (64 stars)

    by Kurt Hines on 13/05/2014

    Personally I think the clock should include the figures for unfunded liabilities.

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